Would You Survive?

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    Raintree are delighted to announce the publication of "Fusion", our new high-interest range designed to appeal to less able readers. The series has an interest level of 9 to 11 years and a reading age of 7 plus. Why choose "Raintree Fusion"? Each book delivers a curriculum requirement or key topic so that less able readers can cover the same ground as their peers. It provides a genuinely fascinating content and a carefully-levelled text that means every child will find a book they want to read and can read. It offers free teacher notes covering science and non-fiction skills that support teachers in making the best use of these resources and features information on animal and plant adaptation.

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    Number of Pages: 32
    Format(s): Hardback - ISBN: 9781844214648
    Publication Date:
    Listed in: Natural history
    Publisher: Raintree

    Books by John Townsend

    Hardback

    RRP: £11.99

    Total: £9.65

    Save: £2.34 per copy!

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